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Thomas Telford in 7 1/4 inch gauge

Bristol SMEE Petrol-Electric Locomotive

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Geoff Sheppard15/01/2013 12:25:59
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In M. E.s 4391 (Nov. 2010) and 4424 (Feb 2012), Bob Lilley described progress with the Bristol Society's new petrol-electric 7 1/4 inch gauge locomotive. He is aware that a number of people are either building or are interested in building something similar and he has received many queries about technical and construction details. To provide a focus for these queries he has created a website dedicated to this project. It can be found at http://thomastelford.wordpress.com.

Bob hopes that the experiences of other builders can be shared.

Regards

Geoff

Edited By Geoff Sheppard on 15/01/2013 12:28:48

terry callaghan10/03/2013 14:53:58
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hi, I am interested but the link does not work, michael

Mike Clarke10/03/2013 15:36:10
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Hi.....the address is good, I think perhaps you copied the full stop at the end?

 

 
 
Cheers,

Mike.

Edited By Mike Clarke on 10/03/2013 15:36:45

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